Can you post your file? Maybe someone else can open it.
Additionally, have you made any changes to your system such as Antivirus settings? One known problem is that Norton Antivirus' macro virus settings will clobber Mathcad files with embedded objects from other programs, regardless of whether there's anything in them or not.
On 10/5/2003 2:01:59 PM, eden_mei wrote: >Can you post your file? Maybe >someone else can open it. > > >Additionally, have you made >any changes to your system >such as Antivirus settings? >One known problem is that >Norton Antivirus' macro virus >settings will clobber Mathcad >files with embedded objects >from other programs, >regardless of whether there's >anything in them or not. > > >TTFN, >Eden
Attach is the file. I tried disabling McAffe anti-virus and the document still wont open.
The document is virus free ( I did mcaffee virus scan) on it.
I also had no problems opening the document in Mathcad. I did find an incomplete expression at the bottom, which I removed, in case it was the cause of the problem. I don't know what level of Mathcad files Studyworks can read -- I saved the file as a MC 2000 file. That seems to preserve the hyperlinks.
The file in use is normal if you are trying to open the file directly from the web and there is already a copy of the file in MSIE's cache. It usually doesn't matter much, but for your purposes here you should rigth click the link and do a save as to somewhere where you want the file.
Also, if you haven't already done so since you had the problem, reboot your machine. It is possible for problems to corrupt memory in your system, such as in shared DLLs, such that you need to reboot to clean it up.
Phebe, I think that it is your PC. Since Don, Tom or I had any trouble. Have you changed any settings lately? Have you installed a new program? Have you had a machine crash? Maybe if you reinstall StudyWorks the problem will correct itself.